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The song contest organisers should take a stand against the oppression of Palestinian artists and move their event
Trump and his foreign policy heads have created a dynamic with Iran that is risking a new war in the Middle East.
Loudly and proudly, now is the time to show solidarity with Palestine
Len McCluskey: Israel’s embedded system of discrimination and apartheid is in many ways felt most sharply by Palestinian workers
Over 3,000 civilians died in Afghanistan last year including more than 900 children
There has not been a single day of peace in Libya since Cameron and co proclaimed the overthrow of tyranny
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The incident reveals a level of right-wing politicisation in the army that should be a serious matter of concern
In her short life she witnessed three Israeli military aggressions that wounded and killed thousands of innocent Palestinians
Vijay Prashad: The Palestinians have no choice but to protest
Lindsey German: Trump and his main allies, Israel and Saudi Arabia, are building up towards conflict with Iran
"The attacks appear to have violated international humanitarian law."
Britain’s inertia regarding the UAE’s mounting human rights abuses is entirely unjustifiable
War isn’t just a waste of resources that could be used to tackle climate change, but is itself a significant cause of environmental harm
A packed StWC fringe meeting at London Labour Conference this weekend proves how eager Labour activists are to see a change in UK foreign policy
The US has chosen a prominent warmonger to promote 'democracy' in Venezuela
To this day, Britain refuses to apologise for its role in the ongoing predicament of Palestinians
There are concerns that the delivery of ‘humanitarian aid’ is being used as cover through which to launch military aggression
Williamson is part of a government presiding over damaging austerity, but constantly argues for more military spending
Owen Jones: The risk is already too real for us to wait and see before acting
US, China, Saudi Arabia top list of nations, as $1.82 trillion spent on defence worldwide in 2018, says think-tank
Trump, Bolton and Pence seek to provoke a war. These are dangerous men with a dangerous agenda
We are told that nuclear weapons and their deterrent effect have kept the peace. What peace?
The demonstration in support of the Palestinians in London next week is of extraordinary importance
Tens of thousands of Yemenis have been killed in the conflict. Britain’s supply of arms only feeds the world’s worst humanitarian crisis.
If you want to know who will pay the price of a re-energised Trump, the answer is the Palestinians
The reality is that the arms sales Hunt defends have played a central role in creating the worst humanitarian crisis in the world
Since the Cold War, NATO has massively expanded territorially and embarked on a series of agressive wars
The context of war cannot be left out of the reckoning when it comes to understanding the making of the New Zealand terrorist
The lack of coverage in the mainstream media of a war in which Britain is so deeply involved is nothing less than disturbing
The Chagos Archipelago belongs to the country of Mauritius; it’s not a bargaining chip for the American empire.
BAE Systems has been arming the Saudis since 1985, when a £43 billion deal was struck with the desert kingdom
Attacks on Islam and muslims are the central organising principles of far-right movements across Europe argues Chris Nineham
The esteemed journalist speaks to Stop the War on Trump, NATO and the anti-war movement
While the history of the occupation of Iraq tends to focus on American misconduct, MEE's investigation is a painful reminder of the British role in Basra
Now in 80 countries, it couldn’t be more global
New data shows that Britain has fired over 4,100 missiles and bombs 1,925 strikes against Isis in Iraq and Syria from 2014-2018
Soldiers who served in Basra in 2007 say they were told they could shoot anyone holding a phone or a shovel